Infiniti QX56 Reviews 2013
Motorscore: 74.8/100(average score, based on 6 reviews by professional car critics)
This car is ranked #134 out of 242 cars listed here. (What Is This?)
MSRP: $59,200 - $62,300
Efficiency (City): 14
Seats: 6 - 7
Efficiency (HWY): 20
- Easy to drive considering the size
- Interior is really nice
- Strong V8 powertrain
- Exterior may struck you as odd
- Steering is too light
- You can get uncomfortable while driving
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The Critics' Infiniti QX56 Reviews
65 / 100
Infiniti's QX56 impresses with a tastefully finished interior and a smooth, well controlled ride--especially with the available Hydraulic Body Motion Control System. Another plus is pricing that undercuts most of its main rivals.
78 / 100
Test drivers say the 2012 Infiniti QX56 is one of the best luxury large SUVs you can buy, though many shoppers probably don’t need its rough-and-tumble capabilities.
80 / 100
The 2012 Infiniti QX56 offers up surprising handling, strong brakes, generally responsive steering and a firm and comfy ride. Perhaps most rewarding after the V8's roar at wide-open-throttle is the incredibly involved and involving transmission.
Mathieu St-Pierre Auto123.com
68 / 100
his second-generation luxury sport-ute favors the softer things in life but, when necessary, it can still function as a full-sized trailering machine, with towing capacity rated at a hefty 8,500 pounds.
Kelley Blue Book
74 / 100
If you have towing needs and a family of more than 5 to 6, the 2012 Infiniti QX56 is a well-turned and comfortable ride worth looking into.
Kelley Blue Book
84 / 100
It's for buyers who need seats for eight and can tell high-spec off-road hardware at a glance--but can also appreciate the fine turn of a Nakashima table.
Marty Padgett TheCarConnection.com